You Are Still a Photographer, Even If No One Likes Your Images

You Are Still a Photographer, Even If No One Likes Your Images  KYLE AGEE I think we have all been there. After the culling, editing, and sweating over every detail we post our latest masterpiece only to be greeted by three likes. One is from our mother, the other two from our friends that know […]

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Perfect Your Photography Using the Seven Elements of Art

Perfect Your Photography Using the Seven Elements of Art by Ivor RackhamMarch 19, 2022 Photography is an art, and like all art forms, seven basic elements comprise our images. Although, I challenge that number, I think there are eight. Understanding these elements helps us to take our creativity to the next level.The first of these elements is the […]

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Flash photography made easy: from simple shots to advanced techniques

Flash photography made easy: from simple shots to advanced techniques Become a flash photography master Move beyond the limitations of natural light to illuminate your subjects anywhere, and at any time of the day. Whether you’re simply illuminating your subject, capturing slick studio style lighting or adding a creative twist to your images, flash is […]

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Shooting at a PERFECT Natural Light Photo Studio (BTS VIDEO

Shooting at a PERFECT Natural Light Photo Studio (BTS VIDEO) Henry Anderson  |  Mar 2, 2022 If you’ve ever dreamed of doing a shoot at a photo studio that’s bathed only in gorgeous natural light, here’s a great video showing what it’s really like. In the below clip, portrait and swimwear photographer Anita Sadowska takes you behind the scenes […]

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Here’s How to Photograph Falling Leaves

There’s something about fall that makes you want to get your camera out. Photographing the foliage is a must during this season whether you’re using it as a backdrop or making it the main focus. During your shoots, you might want to attempt to get a shot of the leaves falling. Well, here are our […]

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Reasons You Shouldn’t buy a New DSLR Camera

Why You Should Never Buy a New DSLR Camera (And Always Buy a Used One) Here’s why DSLR camera bodies and camera lenses should always be bought used, especially if you’re a newbie. Unless you’re a full-blown professional, DSLR camera bodies should always be bought used. This is especially the case if you’re a newbie […]

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Get Super Sharp Images Every Shot

Nobody likes soft images, unless of course you’re deliberately going for a vintage, out of focus look. If, like most photographers at one point or another, you’ve been struggling with photos that tend to be a bit soft or where focus is missed more often than not, you might be strolling the web and Youtube […]

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The advantages and disadvantages of using your camera’s Auto Mode

The advantages and disadvantages of using your camera’s Auto Mode Introduction Nearly all modern cameras have an Auto Mode that will take full control and produce an acceptable image on most occasions. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using your camera’s auto mode? When in Auto Mode the camera is simply a computer, making calculations […]

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Why You Should Use a Manual Focus Lens

Your camera is smart. It has processors that are able to run algorithms, for near instantaneous adjustments to compensate for lighting conditions and changing environments. I’m a professional lens reviewer, and tend to complain if a lens/camera combination takes more than a split second to achieve accurate autofocus. But the reality is that most modern […]

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Learn this super simple but incredibly useful skill

Autofocus is something most photographers take for granted. The autofocus systems on modern cameras are sophisticated enough to be tailored to all kinds of scenes and subjects, but almost every camera also allows you to do things the old fashioned way and focus manually instead. Believe it or not, manual focus has evolved in the […]

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